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Programs & Degrees

The Associates of Arts (A.A.) degree program requires completion of a minimum of 60 college-level general education hours. Credits include 36 hours in general education and 24 hours of acceptable elective hours. Learn more about general education credits here. The A.A. degree program is designed to prepare students to transfer to a four-year institution or enter a bachelor’s program at Broward College. 

Computer Science
Computer and Information Science/Engineering
Computer Engineering
Information Sciences and Systems
Management-Information Systems

2+2 Transfer Program. Once you have earned your Associates of Arts degree (A.A.) from Broward College, you are guaranteed* admission to one of the state’s public universities to pursue a bachelor’s degree. *Consistent with Universities Policies.
Bachelor degree programs
To qualify for admittance to a bachelor’s program, students are required to have successfully earned an A.A. or A.S. degree from Broward College or other accredited institution, or have completed 60 college level credits from an accredited institution. For specific program requirements see program maps and meet with an advisor.

A.A. to Information Technology B.AS. (T300) (available online) (Program Map 2018-2019)
A.S. to Information Technology B.AS. (T300) (available online) (Program Map 2018-19)

Information Technology Management TC (4291)
Information Technology TC (4283)
Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking TC (4285)
Project Management TC (4289)
Networking CCNP TC (4287)
Networking MCSE TC(4286)
Web Development TC (4292)

Technology Management B.AS. (T200) (available online) (Program Map 2018-2019)
Data Analytics TC (4290)

You will earn Technical Certificates related to your program of study as you earn your A.A., A.S. or bachelor degree.

Career and Technical Education Programs including Associate of Science Degree Programs
While Technology Certificate (TC), Applied Technology Certificate (ATC) programs thoroughly prepare students for immediate employment, Associate of Science (A.S.) degree programs prepare students for employment as well as transfer to specific bachelor's degree programs in the Florida college and state university systems. Even more exciting, our Computer Information Technology A.S. and Technology Project Management A.S. degrees can be earned completely online!

You will earn Technical Certificates related to your program of study as you earn your A.A., A.S. or bachelor degree.

Computer Information Technology A.S. (2149) (Program Map 2018-2019) (available online) *
Business Intelligence Professional TC (6339)
Information Technology Analyst TC (6338)
Information Technology Support Specialist TC (6337)
GIS Specialist TC (6340)

Software Development (2195) (Program Map 201-2019)
Computer Programmer TC (6332)
Computer Programming Specialist TC (6331)
Front-End Web Specialist TC (6333)
Web Programming Specialist TC (6334)

Computer & Network Security A.S. (2506) (Program Map 2018-2019) *
Cybersecurity TC (6341) 

Networking Systems Technology A.S. (2503) (Program Map 2018-2019) *
Network Infrastructure TC (6329)
Network Server Administration TC (6335)

Technology Project Management A.S. (2507) (Program Map 2018-2019) (available online) *
Project Management ATC (4289)

Programs are subject to change. Please make sure to visit an Advisor to make the appropriate program and course selections.

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